Noah DiVincenzo’s review published on Letterboxd:
The master of ‘symmetry in film’ shows off his talent once again with one of his most beautiful pieces of pure art. I really needed a rewatch and this just gets better with time. I also can’t stress it enough how awesome this criterion dvd is and everything that comes with it in the box. Can’t stress enough how much I love criterion dvds and the current 50% off sale that Barnes and Noble has right now on them. Criterion never misses when formatting something perfectly appealing to the eyes, and neither does Wes Anderson. This film is such a treat , the colors can’t be stressed enough and the wonderful cast combine so well. It’s hyped up a ton, but that doesn’t lessen its value at all. Can’t beat anything with Dafoe in it either.